Approaching work through a gospel lens
We believe God wants to transform our city and the world through workplace leaders. Ridge Workplace offers classes, events, and group environments to help Christ Followers rediscover how to make a Kingdom impact where He has professionally planted us.
Join us in our pursuit to represent God well in the workplace!
Explore opportunities below to connect with our workplace ministry.
Transforming Our Work
Join us for this 7-session monthly program that will connect you with Christian peers as you learn practical ways to approach work through a gospel lens.
Christian Business Women's Lunch
Come and join other Christian professionals for a monthly lunch and guest speaker. It is a great time to get to know other women in the workforce, network, and be encouraged!
Career Networking Group
If you are out of work, underworked, overworked, or just looking for a change in your career, we invite you to join our weekly Career Networking Group. Let us help connect you to resources and services as you seek your next role.
Austin Ridge Career Forum
Stay connected with other Ridge business leaders through our LinkedIn group.
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Becca was born and raised in Austin, Texas. She received her degree in Early Childhood Education and Special Education at St. Edward's University and her Master's degree at Texas A&M University in Special Education and Applied Behavior Analysis. Becca has spent the last seven years working in the field as a special education teacher and registered behavior technician (RBT). In addition, she has a passion for serving others within the church and community. Becca is excited to use the various skills she has developed in her role as a Ministry Assistant.
TJ and his wife, Rachel, have been attending Austin Ridge since 2001. They have three kids, Jake, Emma, and Thomas. TJ grew up in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and went to college in New York at the United States Military Academy at West Point. Upon graduation, he served as an Engineer Officer in the U.S. Army. After separating from the service, he ran a business for over 13 years before coming on staff at the Ridge in 2010. TJ finds great joy in seeing people go from ‘black and white’ to ‘color’ as it relates to how they view Jesus, their vocation, and the marginalized both in the city and around the world. He and Rachel love being involved in ministry at the Ridge and feel blessed to be a part of the amazing things God is doing here and in the community.